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Another group of county residents has been arrested for manufacturing methamphetamine after deputies with the Laurens County Sheriff’s Office discovered illegal paraphernalia.

 On January 22, officers were called to 11 Beattie Street in Laurens. While at the residence, they found several items commonly used in the manufacturing of methamphetamine. Paraphernalia was discovered both inside and outside of the home.

 Deputies arrested 53-year-old Larry Kenneth Summerall and 32-year-old Larry Jay Cooper, both of 11 Beattie Street. Additionally, 39-year-old Edgar Dennis Benton and 29-year-old Wayne Scott Wayman, Jr., both of 26 Beattie Street, were taken into custody.

 All four subjects are being charged with manufacturing methamphetamine, unlawful disposal of methamphetamine waste, and possession with the intent to distribute methamphetamine. They were transported to the Johnson Detention Center where they await a bond hearing.



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